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Interrogating Japan's Soft Power - February 25, 2006

Tue, Dec 20, 2005

This interdisciplinary workshop and conference, co-sponsored by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) will feature leading scholars of Japan from the U.S. and Japan exploring historical and contemporary avenues of Japan's soft power.


Undergrads Studying Abroad!

Several Asian Studies and Asian Cultures and Languages majors will participate in study abroad programs during the upcoming 2005-2006 academic year.

Tue, Jul 5, 2005


Ph.D. Students Perform Research Abroad

Ph.D. students receive fellowships to perform research for their dissertations.

Thu, Jun 30, 2005

Kukhee Choo, ACL - Japan, received a two-year Japanese Government Monbusho Scholarship to perform research at the University of Tokyo. Mark McClish and Neil Dalal, both Ph.D. students in ACL - South Asia, received Fulbright-Hays Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowships to research in India.


Graduate Students Receive Fellowships

Many of our Masters and Ph.D. students were awarded fellowships this spring.

Wed, Jun 1, 2005

Among the recipients were:


Faculty Development Institute on East Asia Planned

CEAS Co-Sponsors Institute

Wed, Jun 1, 2005

The Center for East Asian Studies, in conjunction with the Texas Consortium for Teaching on Asia (TCTA), will offer a 30-hour Faculty Development Institute on East Asia, entitled "East Asia Now: Contemporary Cultures and Historical Development" beginning on Saturday, September 17, 2005.


Class of 2005 Plans for the Future

The future is bright for Asian Studies graduates

Sun, May 1, 2005

Several Asian Studies and Asian Cultures/Languages recent graduates have already made plans for their immediate futures.


Congratulations, Class of 2005!

Many undergraduates received departmental honors and scholarships this spring.

Sun, May 1, 2005

Vivian Morrowand Thomas Whitley received the Asian Studies Scholarship for Study Abroad.

Michael Perry received a China Studies Scholarship for Study Abroad.

Judy Oum received Korean Studies Study Abroad Scholarship.

Thomas Zoth and Elizabeth Diamond were names Outstanding Student in Japanese Studies.

Laura Marie Nielsen, Calynda Ruth Pellikka, and Amanda Corbett were named Best Japanese Language Student.


Department Holds 2005 Spring Festival

Annual Reception Honors Outstanding Students

Fri, Apr 1, 2005

The 2005 Asian Studies Spring Festival was held April 8, 2005. Asian Studies faculty, staff, and students were on hand to recognize outstanding students--both majors and non-majors--currently enrolled in ANS courses.


UT Becomes Part of NCTA

UT Becomes Part of National Consortium for Teaching About Asia

Tue, Feb 1, 2005


New Scholarships in Chinese Studies

Former Faculty Member Provides Two New Endowments

Tue, Feb 1, 2005

The Center for East Asian Studies is pleased to announce two new endowments to support students focusing on Chinese Studies. Thanks to a gift from the estate of Louise J. Faurot, in 2006 there will be two new sources of funding available to UT students. The Center is very appreciative of this endowment and, particularly the work of Professor Emeritus Jeannette Faurot, who made this possible.


New China Maymester Course Offered

An opportunity to study in Beijing at the one of China's premier universities: Tsinghua University.

Sat, Jan 1, 2005

The course will be taught by Prof. Peter Trubowitz, an experienced UT professor, who has taught and lived in Beijing. Students will participate in an intensive four-week course on change and continuity in the US-China relationship.